Contact your local SVDP
Donations For Your Local SVDP
Conference Can be Sent to:
612 High St Beatrice, NE 68310
M, T, Th, F from 10:00am – 12:00pm and W from 5:30pm – 7:30pm
We are here to help ALL those in need of service. We provide:
Food to those who would otherwise go hungry Assistance in finances for those who are having trouble making rent or utilities
Medications and minor treatments to those who may not be able to afford them on their own
Car repairs to help people get to jobs. Emotional support to those going through difficult times. And much More. One Stop Community Resource Center on Southeast Community College-Beatrice Campus (402)228-3468 Ext. 1350 provides assistance with the following:
- HOPE CRISIS CENTER:
Free, confidential services to adult and children victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. 24 Hour Hotline: 877-388-HOPE
- BVCA FAMILY & COMMUNITY SERVICES:
Programs for individuals and families dealing with critical issues, including basic necessities, shelter and assistance in family management. Health & Human Services, Blue Valley Community Action, Salvation Army, Crisis Center of Hope: 402-223-6034
- VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION: Nebraska Department of Education program for people with physical, emotional, and learning disabilities succeed in the work force: 402-223-6604
- RESCARE: Provides life skills, job readiness, and job search training to ADC/TANF recipients: 402-228-1263
- NEBRASKA CHILDREN’S HOME SOCIETY (NCHS): NCHS’s Positive Alternatives offers a variety of services connections to other resources when faced with an unplanned pregnancy. All services are confidential & provided at no cost. Toll Free: 877-420-4747
- PUBLIC HEALTH SOLUTIONS/NCHS:
Families America Home Visitation Program provides service in Gage and Jefferson Counties to families with children prenatal to 3 years, providing parenting information and promoting positive parenting to strengthen parent child relationships: 402-223-0096
- BVCA EARLY HEAD START 0-5:
A free program for pregnant women and for families with children birth to age five. Health and developmental screenings, in-home visits, and parent/child activities to foster child’s growth. Provides a free preschool (3 – 5) with direct family involvement: 402-223-6035
- PARENTS OF ALL AGES: A unique educational program of SCC designed to encourage self-sufficiency through better careers. POAA Apartment Housing is available to qualifying students: 402-228-3468, Ext. 350
OTHER AREA ASSISTANCE AGENCIES:
Community Food Pantry & Emergency Services Location: St. John Lutheran Church, 701 N. 6th St.: Phone: 402-223-5306 Hours: Monday & Thursday 9:00am-12:00 noon, 1:00pm-4:00pm and last Tuesday of the month 1:00pm – 4:00pm Services: Food, one-time assistance with rent and electric bill.
Mother-To-Mother-Ministry 609 Court St. (402) 223-6042 A network of women joined together in friendship, offering encouragement and support through life’s challenges, encouraging the best in each other. We offer free diapers, baby clothes and food for those in need.
Warren’s Table Meals: Tuesday evenings from 5:30 until 6:30 at the Christ Episcopal Church, 5th and Lincoln Street, (321 North 5th.) Several local churches and other charitable organizations in the area prepare and serve free hot meals for those in need. Also offering: plenty of fellowship opportunities. Enter at Lincoln Street entrance. Menu varies.
Salvation Army Thrift Store 120 South 7th Street 402-223-3341 Open Monday-Saturday: 9:30am-5pm Offering: Thrift Store, Disaster Services, Food Pantry Mon, Wed, Fri from 1-3 and monthly Lincoln mobile food pantry. Clothing Vouchers, Ready-Set-Go Back to school program with backpacks and school supplies and food baskets for Christmas.
PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTER: The Pregnancy Resource Center of Beatrice is dedicated to providing confidential, caring support to women and men facing unplanned pregnancies as well as providing support for families. 402-228-6411 *24 hour Help Line: 402-228-0221 Located at the Indian Creek Mall.
New Hope Community Outreach: A Social Service Organization designed to Alleviate Suffering in the lives of those in our community. We are a nonprofit organization with 501 (c) 3 status with the Internal Revenue Service. We provide assistance transportation, food, and everyday household/personal care items through our Relief Services. We are dedicated to paving the way to a better tomorrow through acts of Service, Compassion, & Understanding! 402-806-7743
Blue Rivers Area Agency on Aging Administration Office: 1901 Court Street: (402) 223-1376 or 1-888-317-9417